Adult & Alternative Education

The Adult Education Program affords eligible individuals the ability to work on improving basic mathematics and/or reading skills, complete courses to obtain their high school diploma, or prepare for the high school equivalency (GED) tests.  

In order to be eligible, enrollees must be at least 18 years of age as of July 1 of the current school year, and a minimum of four years must have passed since originally being enrolled in high school.  

Teachers are available throughout the week to work directly with enrolled individuals, both in-person, and through on-line classes. 



The WAY+ Alternative Education Program allows High School Students in Livingston County to earn their high school diploma within an alternative setting.

The WAY+ Program is an individualized, project-based learning program where students in Livingston County work online, either at home, or at the program’s learning lab, where they can receive direct assistance from certified teachers.

To be eligible for enrollment, students must be enrolled in, or eligible to enroll in, one of the local district high schools in Livingston County, and receive their referral to the Alternative Education Program.  

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